Gia R.

Gia R. is from Phoenix, Arizona. She graduated with two business degrees. While studying, her short nonfiction story was published in 2018 in Write On, Downtown, an ASU journal. Since then, she taught preschool students abroad. Now back in AZ, you’ll find her writing, reading, and adoring digital art.

You Don’t Need to Treat Reading Like Going to the Gym

It's January, which means many readers are setting reading resolutions for the year. But are your goals turning reading into a chore?

Book Box Sets for the Holiday Season

If you're looking for gifts for that bookish person in your life (which might be yourself!), these book box sets are perfect!

What is Mad Hatter Day?

Here is a brief introduction to Mad Hatter Day (October 6th), plus some fun ways to celebrate for kids and adults!

Custom Sprayed Edges Books to Beautify Your Shelves

Are you looking to upgrade your home library? Do you want a fancy version of a beloved book? Look no further! Find sprayed edges books here!

The Worst First Lines in Literature: The Lyttle Lytton Contest

The annual Lyttle Lytton Contest celebrates the worst first lines in literature. Here are some of the so-bad-it's-good winners.

What are Story Windows?

Story windows are something you can find at libraries and are similar to story walks, but what are they? One writer explores.

10 Luxuriously Cozy Reading Chairs For Your Home

Outfit your reading nook or reading room with gorgeously lush and cozy reading chairs. Find our top picks here!

Leather Bookmarks to Win Your Heart

From elevated luxury options to customizable choices to full DIY leather bookmarks, find the best options to adorn your pages here.

12 of the Best Summer Reading Programs of 2023

From local challenges with prizes to online programs, these are the best summer reading programs 2023 has to offer kids!

How Audiobooks Saved My Reading

As I teacher, I was getting tired of only being able to read for pleasure during the summer. Audiobooks opened up new possibilities.